Name: Andrew Fairlie
Tel: 01233 88 88 72
Address: 38 Lees Road, Willesborough TN24 0PB Ashford
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Clients & Projects: 3
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Languages Spoken: English
No. of Employees: Freelancer
Joined WWDC: 2009
TN2D specialise in valid xHTML and CSS code, with custom CMS solutions built on PHP and MySQL to allow you to manage your website without any fuss. TN2D also can install and brand e-commerce systems, so you can start selling your products and services online easily and securely.
TN2D's design work is seen by thousands every Wednesday on Diggnation, voted the top classic podcast on iTunes in 2008 and hosted by TechTV veterens Kevin Rose (recently voted "The most famous man on the Internet" by Inc Magazine) and Alex Albrecht.
Industry SectorsIT, Educational, Not for profit / Charity
Tends to work withCorporation / Public Company, Public Sector, Non-profit Organisation
General location of clients:Ashford, Kent
Content Management System:We tend to use WordPress, but can work with Drupal and Joomla also depending on your needs.
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Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : We make really good websites
Q : How was your company name chosen?
A : TN2D is a combination of the local area's post code TN2.... for example, ours is *TN2*4 0PB. The 'D' stands for design.
R.I.P F.A.Q â€“ Why the frequently asked question is no more
Frequently Asked Questions, or FAQs have been a useful resource for many years. It helps businesses communicate effectively with their customers by answering blanket most popular questions, usually in one page. By collecting the FAQs onto one page a business often reduces the overhead of customer support needing to answer these questions constantly and improves customer relations by answering the questions theyâ€™re likely to have in a concise and measured way. But itâ€™s time for FAQs to make way for a new solution â€“ social questioning.
Using the next web to enhance todayâ€™s web
HTML and CSS â€“ the two main languages of the web are undergoing something of a revolution. Itâ€™s happening behind the scenes, unknown by most, but changing the way designers think about almost every line of code. â€śWill this still be the best solution 3 months from now? Should I build this as well, it would look great once browsers support it? I could do this today, but what if the browser manufacturers remove it tomorrow?â€ť.